Abandoned is a resource that provides access to historic structures across the United States that are abandoned, endangered, active and demolished. From pure silk mills to World War II-era ammunition plants to simple, well-crafted residences, Abandoned aims to document that of which is being forgotten.
I am a photographer and historian with interests in architecture, landscapes and infrastructure, and have called Cincinnati, Ohio home for over four years. My interest in abandoned and historic infrastructure has been developed from my childhood where I lived in the rust belt – and witnessed much of my childhood memories forgotten and demolished. Much of it was not documented or photographed, and is now nothing more than a often-forgotten passage in a newspaper.
You can find my photographic works at Sherman Cahal Photography.
I hope you find Abandoned to be immensely useful and accurate.
Photographs can be purchased via Sherman Cahal Photography. For specialized orders, commercial applications or for inquiries, please contact me via the methods below.
Questions, Concerns, Comments, Media Inquiries
- Email, for the quickest turnaround: email@example.com
- Phone: 513-432-4267
- Address: 4324 Beech Hill Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio